~Best parks for you and your pooch~
Who doesn’t love a long walk at the park? Well, our pets definitely do! Most doggies love exercising outdoors, and if they are not into exercise then they just love walking, digging and making new friends.
Our guide is here to ensure that you know all the places in Mitcham to hang out with you best furry friend. This guide is (as you probably have figured it out) about the parks in Mitcham!
If you are visiting the area and wondering what places to see with your furry friend, then browse our list and start exploring Mitcham with your pet!
Lying just 2 minutes from Mitcham Veterinary Surgery straddling the boundaries of the boroughs of Merton, Croydon and Sutton, Mitcham Common is this ancient common land. This huge land might be very quiet but is filled with life. From butterflies and ducks to trees and flowers, Mitcham Common is a great place to visit with your best mate.
London Road Playing Fields
A large area of open grassland and wild areas hidden behind London Road and flanked by the historic Barons Walk and Church Path. There is also a playground for young children so if your kids enjoy coming with you and you pet to the vets, then this is a great place for all of you.
Morden Hall Park
Morden Hall Park is a National Trust park located on the banks of the River Wandle. Our Mitcham Vets surgery is located only 20 minutes from the park. So if your dog is energetic or you like exercising together, then Morden Hall Park is the place to go, especially after visiting the vets. The park is a huge area with the River Wandle meandering through it spanned by numerous and scenic footbridges.
Figges Marsh is another green space in Mitcham, ideal for walks and games with your best mate. It is very close to our surgery (10 minute-walk) and even closer to Tooting station and Mitcham Eastfields railway station. There is also an outdoor gym and the park hosts many events throughout the year. So, if you want to explore Mitcham with your dog, Figges Marsh is a nice place to start!
Ravensbury Park is a public open space on the north bank of the River Wandle. Featuring a riverside walk along the Wandle, the park supports a wide range of wildlife. Some trees even date back two hundred years. Fascinating, right? The natural landscape is full of lakes and woodland and the outdoor gym. What greater way to start your day than in Ravensbury park with your furry friend by your side.